The purification of water can help to improve the taste and flavour of food, according to a report by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI).
The report, titled Purified water for Purificated Food, says that in India, most of the population consumes water to purify their water, as they believe it is an essential component of their diet.
This is especially true for women who do not drink the water, which is typically consumed by men and their partners.
The report also notes that water is the most used beverage in the country, with water being used in more than 75 per cent of households in India.
However, this is not the case in the US, where water is only used in one third of households, according the report.
According to the report, there are a variety of water purifiers and products that can help improve the flavour of water.
These include a water purification system that can remove contaminants and help purify water for drinking, a water filter, a purification device and a water-soluble filter.
These products are marketed under various names, including purifier water, water purifying, water filtration, water-saver purifier and water purging machines.
The products have been tested and approved by FSSAI.
The FSSAA also says that water purificators and filters can also be used for purifying food for people with chronic or chronic illnesses.
This includes, for instance, people who have diabetes or other medical conditions that require a high intake of water, such as kidney or liver disease.
A report from the Consumer Protection Agency of India in 2014 said that the use of water filters, purifiers, and filters was widely accepted in India and around the world.
The consumer watchdog said that more than half of the country’s households use these products, with a total use of Rs 6,937 crore (US$1.15 billion) annually.